Minnesotan Michelle Young didn't get a proposal on last night's "The Bachelor" finale, but her (televised) journey for love will continue.
- Young, a 27-year-old teacher from Edina and former Woodbury basketball star, will serve as the leading woman for season 18 of ABC's "The Bachelorette."
- “I really do think that this process works," she said on the "After the Final Rose" special.
How we got here: Bachelor Matt James broke things off with Young and ended the season dating finalist Rachael Kirkconnell.
- James and Kirkconnell called it quits amid a controversy over social media activity the 24-year-old acknowledged was "offensive and racist."
- Young, meanwhile, became a fan favorite, especially back home.
What's next: Young's season is set to debut in the fall.
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